The Banks County boys were undone over the weekend after playing one of the best halves in two seasons against Stephens County the previous Tuesday.
According to coach Mike Ruth, the Banks County boys played the best first half of a game that he has seen in two years during the Dec. 14 match-up with Stephens County. Both teams were close in the first quarter, Banks County held a small advantage, 14-13.
During the second quarter, the Leopards got aggressive and tilted the table for a 17-8 quarter, to lead at the break 31-21. The 10 point stretch would prove to be what was needed to hold out for the win in the 61-50 contest. The win over the Indians is the eighth win for the Leopards.
Trey Martin works to the inside, past a White County defender during the fourth annual Piedmont College Holiday Classic. Justin Poole/staff
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